Tip #1 – Get Quality backlinks from free blogs
You need to build quality back-links pointing to your new site.
These can be accomplished quickly and will cost you absolutely nothing.
Depending on how well and how quickly you can write some new articles,
this should only take you a couple of hours, from start to finish.
What youâ€™re going to do is create 3 high quality back-links from 3
new free blogs, plus youâ€™re going to write 2 free press releases or
articles on highly ranked free press release or article sites.
CREATING THE FREE BLOGS
These are the 3 most popular free blogging systems:
On each one of those, you will create a new account/blog.
1) Name the blog something related to your site, one of your main keyword phrases.
2) On each of these blogs, write one nice long article or â€œpostâ€ about your main topic related to your NEW or TARGET site.
Do NOT write about the target site itself, nor any product you may be
selling. Write these posts about the details of (your new site main
keywords or topic), details about how to do things, the history of the
craft, where to find good (your topic here), how to use (your topic),
etc. Write about some related to your new target site, but avoid
repeating stuff thatâ€™s already on that site. Do NOT duplicate something
from any other site on the web, especially your own site. Make it
completely, 100% original content. Organize the structure of the post
nicely with a headline, sub-headings and topical paragraphs that
reflect the keyword phrases (3 or 4 of them) that are similar to those
of your main site. Make these posts at least 500 words. Longer is
better. Remember NOT to duplicated phrases, sentences, headlines or
anything between any of these new blogs and your main target site.
3) Near the top of your new article-post on each of these
blogs, insert a link around the number-1 most important keyword phrase
that your main site is about.
Make this link point directly at
the front page of your site, and do NOT â€œnofollowâ€ this link. Be sure
this link is in the first paragraph at the top of the page or post. Put
it INSIDE the paragraph, not above or below it. Make sure that this
link is surrounded by related â€œgood contentâ€. Do not put any other
links on this post that point to any other site. Only one link, and it
points to your target main site. Near the top of the post. In a well
constructed paragraph. Check this post/article over carefully to ensure
that it is spelled properly and uses excellent grammar. Thatâ€™s
important to Google.
4) Save that post and â€œpublishâ€ it so that it is available to the world.
If youâ€™ve done this well on the 3 free blog sites above, these 3
posts will earn you some nice rating value from Google. You donâ€™t need
to â€œpublicizeâ€ these blogs. They do that automatically, all by
themselves. Blog technology magically notifies the world about each
post you make in seconds.
Tip #2 Write a couple of Press Releases about your new site
Now you can write about your main site itself. Hereâ€™s the way weâ€™re
going to make these press releases â€œnews worthyâ€. Weâ€™re going to debunk
an idea or thought that people may have about your industry.
What does â€œdebunkingâ€ mean?
To debunk is to take something that is commonly thought about a topic, and to prove conclusively that this thinking is NOT TRUE.
By doing this, you will guarantee that your press releases get
accepted by the free press release sites, and that they will ultimately
be READ by readers over the months and years to come!
Another thing, debunking is a negative. Readers and editors alike
will find it irresistible. They get sick and tired of all the
â€œpositiveâ€ junk that is all over the web â€” fake press releases that are
filled with repetitive claims about how wonderful something is.
In your press release you are going to quote yourself as the owner
of your targeted main site as an â€œexpertâ€ in the field. You will say
whatever needs to be said to disprove the common misconception that you
are debunking. At the top and bottom of your press release, you will
refer people to your main site, where they can find more information.
You will write these two press releases in a way that the most
important stuff is near the top, and less important stuff is nearer the
bottom. Mention your target site 2 or 3 times without links. Put a link
somewhere near the top (if they allow it). Otherwise, they will give
you one single link at the bottom as the â€œcontactâ€ person for the press
Here is a pretty-good list of well-ranked â€œfree press releaseâ€
sites. Most will try to sell you a wider distribution for $30 or more.
Donâ€™t do it. Just use their free distribution. You will have to sign up
and give them your email address and site name, etc. Do it. Then submit
the press releases youâ€™ve written.
Here is high-to-low-Pagerank sorted list of some great â€œfree press
releaseâ€ web-sites to tryâ€¦ itâ€™s fairly current (as of this writing),
but some sites may have gone â€œpay onlyâ€ instead of â€œfreeâ€, by the time
you read this article. Check them out. I recommend as â€œfirst betsâ€
these â€” PRWeb.com (PR-7), NewswireToday.com (PR-6), PR.com (PR-6),
PRLeap.com (PR-6), PRLog.com (PR-6) and finally PressBox.co.uk (PR-6).
There is no limit to how many you can submit to, but those are great
places to start. We recommend writing an all-new press release for each
site, since itâ€™s not nice to create duplicated content on the Internet,
right? Here is the full list:
Pageranks were accurate on June 30, 2008:
PRWeb.com – PR 7
NewswireToday.com – PR 6
PR.com – PR 6
PRLeap.com – PR 6
PRlog.com – PR 6
PressBox.co.uk – PR 6
1888PressRelease.com – PR 5
ClickPress.com – PR 5
eCommWire.com – PR 5
Free-News-Release.com – PR 5
…. full list at original article
Just pick 2 or 3 of these outfits that appeal to you. Visit their
own front or home pages to see which of them is the highest page-ranked
by Google at the moment. Of course this changes from time to time. So
be sure to check. Give your best written press release to the highest
Wait a few days. They usually publish your press release 2-3 days after it is submitted.
Now, I have seen both of these strategies before, but they are explained really well by IdeaPro. I’ll be adding this site to my weekly RSS reading. Great Tips!
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